AM/FM Stereo, Multiple CD Changer, Air Conditioning, Power Steering, Power Windows, Tachometer, Seat Belts
Only 3300 miles since restoration ! Car was sanded to bare metal - no rust and then re-painted. Interior restored, new stereo, new gauges, new disc brakes, new front bushings, new shocks, new wheels etc.
excellent. Paint is nearly flawless with great luster and shine.
excellent shape. High-back racing seats in front Rear seat area is now dedicated for stereo system, however the stock rear seat (as well as the stock front seats) go with the car. Re-installing the original seats is easy as the geometry has not changed. No brackets or welds or new holes were drilled. Re-installing the original dash components is a matter of taking out a few screws. Both dash and door panel trim is easily removable for installation of stock pieces. All stock interior components go with the car (eg, seats, dash facia pieces), etc. and are in good original condition. The carpet and headliner are new. Grant steering wheel.
Best handling - driving Charger I've ever experienced. No body roll in high speed turns. Drives like a sports car. Tight, responsive steering and handling. Good braking with front discs and great throttle response.
Turnkey car. Get in - drive cross country if desired. California Rust-Free car . Rebuilt 440 cu in engine (sounds great), rebuilt 727 automatic transmission, new paint, power steering, power disc brakes, power windows, air conditioning, perfect interior, custom wheels, center console, amazing stereo, Custom exhaust, Staggered 20"/18" wheels, Grant steering wheel.
Sanded to bare metal. This car does not have any rust and is arrow straight. She handles like a sports car with all new suspension components including anti-sway bars. The car accellerates and brakes extremely well. Original front and rear seats and dash go with the car. All modifications to this car can be easily reverted back to original with very little effort. All stock interior components go with the car.
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